Order and History: The World of the Polis

By Eric Voegelin; Athanasios Moulakis | Go to book overview

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF
ERIC VOEGELIN

ORDER AND HISTORY
THE WORLD OF THE POLIS

VOLUME 15

VOLUME II

EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY
ATHANASIOS MOULAKIS

UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI PRESS
COLUMBIA AND LONDON

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Editor's Introduction 1
  • The World of the Polis 49
  • Coniugi Dilectissimae 51
  • Preface 53
  • Analytical Table of Contents 55
  • Introduction - Mankind and History 67
  • Part One - Cretans, Achaeans, and Hellenes 91
  • 1 - Hellas and History 93
  • 2 - The Cretan and Achaean Societies 120
  • 3 - Homer and Mycenae 135
  • Part Two - From Myth to Philosophy 179
  • 4 - The Hellenic Polis 181
  • 5 - Hesiod 195
  • 6 - The Break with the Myth 234
  • 7 - The Aretai and the Polis 254
  • 8 - Parmenides 274
  • 9 - Heraclitus 292
  • Part Three - The Athenian Century 315
  • 10 - Tragedy 317
  • 11 - The Sophists 341
  • 12 - Power and History 406
  • Index 449
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